Post # 1
So, I’ve already had a complete disaster with my wedding dress and had to buy a second…. first dress was made by a woman on ebay but turns out it was just cheap chinese rubbish…it’s SOOO bad its laughable…so now I’m in the middle of a legal dispue to try and get my money back.
Anyway, I believe in fate as the same week that I found a second hand dress on ebay in the USA by Oleg Cassini, a designer we can’t get over here. I love my new dress and it was such a bargin!
Now I have the issue of shoes. I really really want purple wedding shoes, namely, Manolo Blahniks Purple Satin D’Orsays…
My issue is there is NO WAY I can afford the real things. My question to all you lovely ladies is: would you or have you ever bought replica shoes? If so, where from and what was your experience? I’m so nervous about it but I can’t find anything even similar over here, plus its winter over here right so there isn’t a lot of summery/evening styles.
Post # 3
Sorry, I can’t help. I have never bought replica shoes. I am a purple shoe bride. Let me look around for you and see what purple heels I can find for you. Who knows maybe you will like different purple shoes.
Post # 5
Ok!!!! I found a shoe that looks just like yours but the purple is a little different more plum, i think.
Anyway, here is a link to the shoe. It might be gold on the link, but just click on the colors on the bottom to see the purple one.
Post # 8
I think you need to be careful buying replica shoes because although they may look nice and pricey like the real thing, I’m sure they lack comfort since they really are a no brand. The material is probably cheap and they may overall be poorly structured.
Post # 9
Replica shoes are never a good idea. The quality is horrible and it will end up hurting your feet. I would go look on zappos under purple shoes. They have so many options.
Post # 10
you might be able to find replica shoes on ebay (with your experience I am sure you’re scared) but I would have to agree about how uncomfortable they might be because they are built for looks, not wearing, but you never know.